Taking our courses to the next level, here on Sonic you can now watch the track being made, download both the project and stems and then submit your own remix with the chance to win some great prizes.
The How To Make Tech House 2019 Remix Contest is exclusive, here on Sonic Academy and you could be in with a chance of winning some cool prizes and ultimately getting a release on Art Reap Music - Rene Amesz' very own record label launched in 2017.
After the success of our previous remix competitions, we know we have one of the best music-making communities anywhere, and the level of production skillz coming through the forums is truly amazing.
So, ourselves and Rene Amesz are super excited to see what you guys can come up with - we know you can smash it. You can now download the stems from this awesome tune and start working your magic!
We have shown you how to make the tune, now it's over to you to get creative, make a dope remix of this track and show the world your production talent.
Go get started! We can't wait to hear your submissions.
So what’s a contest without a prize eh? Well if your remix of his track is chosen by Rene, you can win a release on Art Reap!*
But that’s not all, you will also win a massive £150 Sonic Sounds store voucher to spend on our award winning plugins and any preset or samples packs on the store. We will also have two amazing runner up prizes.
If you’ve created the second best remix, you’ll win a £50 Sonic Sounds store voucher.
The third place wins a £25 Sonic Sounds store voucher.
Remember to check out the course - How To Make Tech House 2019 with Rene Amesz - for the full lowdown! Available to all Subscribers right now!
This competition is open to all Sonic Academy registered users so spread the word and, join in.
Remix released on Art Reap Music*
£150 Sonic Academy Store Voucher
£50 Sonic Academy Store Voucher
£25 Sonic Academy Store Voucher
*Depending on the quality of the winning release the tracks will be released! However, Art Reap always have the right to refuse the release if they feel the quality is sub-standard.